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How 1 can I curse 2 one whom God has not cursed, or how can I denounce one whom the Lord has not denounced?
God is a just judge; he is angry throughout the day. 1
The mouth 1 of an adulteress is like 2 a deep pit; 3 the one against whom the Lord is angry 4 will fall into it. 5
The one who says to the guilty, 1 “You are innocent,” 2 peoples will curse him, and nations will denounce 3 him.
The north wind 1 brings forth rain, and a gossiping tongue 2 brings forth 3 an angry look. 4
“I will not overlook, 1 O sinful house, the dishonest gain you have hoarded away, 2 or the smaller-than-standard measure I hate so much. 3
Then Balaam 1 uttered 2 his oracle, saying, “Balak, the king of Moab, brought me 3 from Aram, out of the mountains of the east, saying, ‘Come, pronounce a curse on Jacob for me; come, denounce Israel.’ 4
When you see this, you will be happy, 1 and you will be revived. 2 The Lord will reveal his power to his servants and his anger to his enemies. 3
The ships of Kittim 1 will come against him, leaving him disheartened. 2 He will turn back and direct his indignation against the holy covenant. He will return and honor 3 those who forsake the holy covenant.
The angel of the Lord then asked, “Lord who rules over all, 1 how long before you have compassion on Jerusalem 2 and the other cities of Judah which you have been so angry with for these seventy years?” 3
Edom 1 says, “Though we are devastated, we will once again build the ruined places.” So the Lord who rules over all 2 responds, “They indeed may build, but I will overthrow. They will be known as 3 the land of evil, the people with whom the Lord is permanently displeased.